Tel Aviv University 
Dear all,
Next week the Horowitz seminar will hold its final meeting for the
semester. We are happy to have:
Speaker: Piotr Milos, University of Bath and University of Warsaw
Title: Heavy-tailed branching Lévy motion in inhomogeneous potential
Date: Monday, January 21
Time: 14:30
Place: Schreiber 309
In my talk I will present results concerning a branching system as
follows. Particles evolve according to a real-valued Lévy motion
with heavy tails and branch according to a dyadic branching law. We
consider three different regimes of the branching rate:
- constant in space, then the system size grows exponentially.
- \beta \log(x), then the system size grows as exp(exp(\beta/(e
- \log^{1+\epsilon}(x), then almost surely the system explodes, i.e.
produces an infinite number of particles in finite time.
These are joint results with Simon Harris (University of Bath)
Have a good semester end!
Seminar webpage:
Technion Math Net-2 (TECHMATH2)
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